Question about Jaguar XJ6
The safest would be a non-liquid, non-aerosol, graphite lubricant.
This link shows different grades and which kind is best for which application:
You can also just go into your local auto store and tell them what you need. This stuff usually comes in a tube and you can just squeeze it from the nozzle directly into the lock. Works like a charm.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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